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Coordinates, develops and administers effective, efficient & quality Student Life programming for the Wasatch Campus student body. This includes developing events for the following areas: Judicial Affairs, Service Learning, Student Health Services, Student Media, Outdoor Adventure Center, Intramurals, Student Government, Clubs & Organizations, and Student Activities. Reviews, evaluates, recommends and approves policy/procedure and operation for Wasatch Campus Student Life programs.
Trains, supervises, and evaluates key support staff. Schedules all participants for activities in the Wasatch Campus Bookstore. Maintains accurate records including inventory, ordering of soft goods, requests for specific book titles, cash management reports, and employee schedules and time cards. Reviews, analyzes, evaluates, and approves budgets and on-going financial management.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a bachelor’s degree in directly related field of study or a combination of education and experience totaling four years.
Master’s Degree in Education, Business Management, Psychology or Student Affairs.
Knowledge of student activity programs, management theories, practices, procedures, and techniques, including college-level student leadership program management.
Knowledge of laws and issues related to student life programs.
Knowledge of liability insurance and risk management procedures with the ability to monitor participants and eliminate potential hazards.
Knowledge of computer software such as word processing, desktop publishing, spreadsheets and others(email, internet, etc)
Skill in development and coordination of student life programs, including advising student volunteers and policy/procedure development.
Skill in financial management, including the ability to develop and monitor budgets for each activity and read and submit financial reports.
Skill in supervising and developing employees.
Ability to develop resources on and off campus in support of programs.
Ability to train employees, club advisers /leaders and students in operation of programs. Ability to market student life programs and bookstore offerings.
Ability to use standard office and bookstore equipment (copier, fax machine, cash register, credit card terminal, inventory control programs, etc.)
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